Internet Speed Test
Cogeco Connexion has partnered with the Township of St. Clair to assess the current broadband connectivity of homes and businesses in the area. Residents who wish to participate are asked to complete the speed test instructions at this link:
Please note that a valid email address is required to complete the test and to allow you to edit and save the form. Under no circumstances will your email address be used for marketing or solicitation purposes. Addresses provided may be used to communicate with you if important information related to this test is missing.
Sand and sandbags
St. Clair Township Council has approved emergency relief, free of charge, sand and sandbags to residents that are affected by the current flooding.
• Empty sandbags will be available for pick up at Cathcart Park, 2959 St Clair Pkwy
• Residents must contact staff at Cathcart Park between the hours of 7 am and 8 pm daily
• Property owners must sign in
• Provide proof of residency, ex. Driver Licence
• Sign a waiver
• State number of bags requested. A maximum of 500 bags per property
• A maximum 1500 sandbags for Commercial and Industrial properties
• Bulk sand is located in the gravel parking lot at the south end of Brander Park, 4555 St. Clair Pkwy.
• Please access from the driveway off Brander Park Road
Township staff will not provide any further service. Not filling, transporting, or removing sandbags.
2019 Property Tax Due Dates
The FINAL tax bills have been mailed and due dates are Tuesday July 30th and Monday September 30th, 2019. Click here for further information.
Council Agendas and Meeting Schedule
Please click on the below link to view the Agenda for an upcoming or past Council meeting. This link will also take you to a calendar identifying upcoming meeting dates.
Welcome to St. Clair Township
We are a lower tier municipality located in the County of Lambton in the Province of Ontario, Canada. We are committed to providing efficient, effective, and economical services to our taxpayers.
Home to approximately 15,000 residents in southwestern Ontario, the Township of St. Clair is the perfect place to live, work and play. We have a thriving industrial park, as well as many other large industries located in other parts of the Township. We are within 15 minutes of a border crossing to the United States, as well as within 8 hours driving distance of approximately 22 million people.
Whether you seek golf courses, museums, camping, calm countryside, or historic small towns, it can all be found here! We also have a trail system that extends almost the full length of the Township along the beautiful St. Clair River (for the St. Clair River Trail web site click here and also see their facebook page here: https://www.facebook.com/MyRiverTrail/). We also have a sports complex located in Mooretown with two ice rinks, swimming pool, health club, library, etc.
The Corporation of the Township of St. Clair offers countless services and programs to the public. Come on inside this new website to gain an even better understanding of these services. We will be updating our website continually, so be sure to visit often to see what’s new!
St. Clair Township benefits from Ontario support for Main Streets Grant with new energy efficient Decorative LED Street Lights in Corunna
Residents and small businesses of St. Clair Township benefited from the Government of Ontario’s Main Street Revitalization Initiative. This initiative makes an investment in Ontario communities’ main street[s] that will help support and grow small business and improve the aesthetic appeal of main street areas.
St. Clair Township received $50,106.75 over two years, beginning in 2018. Council approved the replacement of thirty old decorative street lights that had become a safety hazard with new decorative energy efficient LED streetlights in Corunna which was completed in the spring of 2019.
The funding is made available by the Ontario Ministry of Agriculture, Food and Rural Affairs for all single- and lower-tier municipalities to implement local Community Improvement Plans and invest in municipal infrastructure to improve their downtown and main street areas. Funding is upfront, allocation-based and projects are selected by municipal councils.
Investments in main street areas help small business and tourism grow by attracting residents and visitors to communities.